I think most parents will agree that student storage is certainly a topic for endless discussions. Well, it’s almost that time of year again when many terms end around May or June and the kids will arrive home with everything but the kitchen sink – or maybe they’ll bring that along too.
The thing is, do they really need to bring everything back? Maybe they don’t feel comfortable leaving their valuables unattended for 3 months. As a parent, what do you do? You could buy a bigger house or simply Continue reading →
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There are many reasons for storing furniture and it seems most of us, at some point in our lives, run out of space; the spare room turns into a storage area, the garage has become an obstacle course and the garden shed is no longer just for the garden.
This could easily lead to damage and unnecessary repair costs later on but there is a simple solution though: your own self-storage unit.
Here are some common reasons for furniture storage:
Unused furniture could be in your way
You may have inherited valuable family heirlooms and have no space at home
Moving house and you need a safe haven for your furniture
You can’t seem to let go and want to keep your old furniture
Redecorating your home – safely store everything until your house is ready
Whatever the reason, there is always a need for furniture storage. It might be a bereavement, moving into a care home, downsizing, taking a gap year or a simple case of de-cluttering. The easy bit is organising a storage unit. Google search your local self storage centre, get a quote for a storage unit that suits your need and then agree to a length of contract.
Once you’ve agreed on a suitable unit for your furniture storage, the impulse might be to grab your items, throw them into the van, take them to the unit and leave them there until you next need them. What could be easier? Continue reading →